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University of Southern California

 Organization

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Allan Hancock Foundation archive

 Collection
Identifier: 0257
Abstract The Allan Hancock Foundation Archive contains records of the Foundation set up at the University of Southern California by G. Allan Hancock for the purpose of furthering oceanographic studies. These records also include those materials from the library and museum that were associated with the Foundation, as well some personal mementos of Captain Hancock's and the Hancock family. Also included are extensive records of the research ship Velero IV, as well as sound recordings, photographs and...
Dates: 1823-2005

Michael A. Arbib papers

 Collection
Identifier: 5315
Abstract Papers of Michael A. Arbib, Fletcher Jones Professor of Computer Science; University Professor; Professor of Biological Sciences, Biomedical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Neuroscience and Psychology; Director, USC Human Brain Project. Prof. Arbib has based his career on the argument that we can learn much about machines from studying brains, and much about brains from studying machines. He has thus always worked for an interdisciplinary environment in which computer scientists and...
Dates: 1970-2016

Robert Holmes USC campus photographic slides

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 5346
Overview A collection of 2740 photographic slides taken of the University of Southern California (USC) campus in 1987 on commission for the publication of The University of Southern California (1987) by Robert Holmes, published by Harmony House in Louisville, Kentucky (call number: LD5101 .U58 1987). Most of the slides contain captions describing the content of each photograph typed and pasted on each slide's mount. Holmes had also applied Post-it notes describing whole...
Dates: 1987

Moshe Lazar papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 5282
Abstract Moshe Lazar (1928-2012) was a professor in many subjects at the University of Southern California from the late 1970s until a year before his death. In addition to the many topics he taught at the University, he actively and avidly researched a variety of topics related to medieval literature, antisemitism, and Sephardic studies. The materials in this collection span the breadth of his scholarly interests and activities.
Dates: 1967 - 2015